He Took His Skin Off For Me – a ‘practical SFX fairytale’ by London filmmaker Ben Aston. To wit:
The story of a man who takes his skin off for his girlfriend, and why it probably wasn’t the best idea…
The director recommends full screen, dimmed lights and headphones.
Maybe hold off on the jelly snakes, too.
Behind the scenes feature here.
C.G.P. Grey untangles the knotty branches of everyone’s family tree. To wit:
You have parents and your parents have parents, these are your grandparents who also have parents, your great-grandparents. Keep adding parents, keep adding adding ‘greats’. For every ‘g’ in the name there is one generation in-between you and that person.
Nibling is so an actual thing.